Seven Stories: The National Centre for Children’s Books are delighted to draw your attention to a fully-funded Northern Bridge Partnership Award PhD opportunity which can support outstanding children’s literature studies applicants.
Projects would normally be expected to make substantial use of one or more archival collections at Seven Stories. Seven Stories holds archival material from c.1930 to the present day by over 250 leading authors, illustrators and publishers, from Enid Blyton to Philip Pullman and from Kay Webb to Michael Morpurgo. Proposals on longue durée children’s literature, as well as work focussed on the 20th and 21st centuries are welcomed.
Please see attached for further information. Seven Stories would also welcome Partnership Award applicants with excellent academic credentials to study other aspects of our collection, providing appropriate supervision can be found within the three Northern Bridge universities: Newcastle University, Durham University and Queen’s University Belfast.
The Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership is funded by the AHRC and runs a competitive scheme for fully-funded PhD studentships, together with support for placements and training. Northern Bridge is open to UK and EU applicants and seeks to recruit postgraduate students with outstanding academic backgrounds. Successful applicants would start their studies in autumn 2018.
To express an interest in the Northern Bridge Partnership Award at Seven Stories, please send an completed expression of interest form outlining your proposed research project and a CV to Sarah Rylance, Northern Bridge DTP Administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org, by Friday, 20 October, 2017 at 17:00.
For more information, visit: http://www.northernbridge.ac.uk/studentships/pa/.